Walk through one of Vermont's most beautiful landscapes, under the shade of sugar maples and 400-year-old hemlocks, across covered bridges and alongside rambling stone walls. This is a landscape of loss, recovery, and conservation. This is a story of stewardship, of people taking care of places - sharing an enduring connection to land and a sense of hope for the future. Read More
Green Pastures and Green Mountains
July Bird the Month - American Goldfinch
This month, we celebrate the American Goldfinch, Spinus tristis. This small, compact finch may be easily identified
Mondays - Untold Stories 2-3pm
Many people not named Marsh, Billings, or Rockefeller lived at, worked on, or visited this place & created positive change - discover more
Tuesdays: Art Pick 2-3pm
Participants decide focus: paintings, sculpture, decorative arts - the Mansion is a treasure trove of beautiful and intriguing objects.
Women's Wednesdays 2-3pm tour
Join us on Wednesdays and learn about the accomplished and influential women who helped shape this estate, community and the nation.
Conservation Through Artist's Eye
Thurs 2-3:15- View art by acclaimed landscape painters (Bierstadt, Cole & Durand) & explore how art influenced the conservation movement.
Fallout Fridays - 2-3pm
How did the Cold War influence conservation thinking? Descend into the 1960s era fallout shelter built by Laurance Rockefeller
Gardens Thru the Generations - Sat @ 2pm
Explore the gardens - formal & "secret" - tucked into the hills beyond the Mansion, that underscore the site's story of nature appreciation
Monarch Monitoring Blitz - July 28 9-1
Want to get in on the conservation action? Join us at the Park to take part in the 2018 International Monarch Monitoring Blitz!
Flood Resiliency Wrkshp - Aug 11 9-11am
Join VT River Mgmt Engineer Todd Menees to learn about flood resiliency, riparian vegetation, & water quality in the Ottauquechee wateshed
Last updated: July 16, 2018